Bush Nominates Alito: OR says, “Roe’s Days Are Numbered.”

Washington, DC — Operation Rescue will support the nomination of Samuel Alito, Jr. to the Supreme Court of the United States.

“We believe that this nomination may fulfill Bush’s promise to appoint Justices in the mold of Scalia and Thomas,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “Alito’s judicial philosophy reflects the views of the majority of Americans who are increasingly outraged by the current liberal activist court.”

“We are trusting that we are now on the fast-track to derailing Roe v. Wade as the law of the land,” said Newman.

Comments

  1. ElizabethV says:

    I think this is great news. I know I would have liked to have one of the pro life women, but I am hoping this new nominee will get a fair vote. We need to uphold parental notification and other laws that will hopefully reduce abortions.

  2. I’m glad that we have a more conservative person who actually has the credentials to sit on the bench. We are not out of the woods though. We need to keep the pressure on and speak out frequently to encourage our representatives to overturn Roe vs Wade.

    OR does a great job in the trenches and we at MarchTogether.com salute you. We will be in front of the Supreme Court this Friday from noon to 2:00 pm for the Monthly Call for Life if any of your folks want to join us.

    Peter
    http://www.marchtogether.com
    http://www.prolifeblogs.com

  3. This guy once cast a judicial vote in favor of partial-birth abortion. Just how enthusiastic can and should we get about him? Not even Miers had done that.

  4. Troy Newman says:

    John
    You are semi-right. Judge Alito, as a lower court Judge, had to rule in accordance with the previous Supreme Court decision in Stenberg v. Carhart. Yet, as a member of the SC he can interpret directly from the Constitution rather than be forced to follow the opinions of leftists judges like O’Conner. We look forward to him installing the “due process” for the babies he wrote about in his Casey dissent. Troy Newman

  5. You write, “This guy once cast a judicial vote in favor of partial-birth abortion. Just how enthusiastic can and should we get about him? Not even Miers had done that”

    –No one has the foggiest idea what Harriet Miers would have done, considering that she’d never been a judge. That was part of the objection to her.

    –Voting to strike down a law which is vaguely written is not, IMHO, (now I’m gonna get it…) voting to “uphold partial birth abortion.” The reason I say that is because at this point, Roe v. Wade is the settled law of the land, and the 3rd Circuit couldn’t change that. How can that be changed? The answer IMHO is, Picking people like Alito to the high court seems a better bet that picking Harriet Miers. Altio is a known conservative who generally has been known to strictly interpret the Constitution. He’s spent 15 years doing that on one of the most liberal courts in the US, i.e., the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Bill Rehnquist (God rest his soul) relied on Alito’s writings when Bill sided with the prolifers in the Casey case. John, if Alito’s not your guy, exactly what criteria would you like to have in a proposed Supreme Court Justice? Someone who stands up & says “I will absolutely vote 100% of the time to outlaw all abortions, period?” Nice in theory, but no one who does that will ever get on the high court, because the high court is about more than abortion. It’s about making & interpreting all laws, not just abortion laws. It seems to me that Alito seems about as likely as can be hoped to be very harsh with abortion on demand. IMHO prolifers can be more sure of Alito than we ever could of Miers.

  6. John is right. The following is from:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000087&sid=aBk2T7IVS.i0&refer=top_world_news

    Alito played a role in two high-profile abortion disputes. In 1991 he voted to uphold Pennsylvania spousal-notification requirements that were later struck down by the Supreme Court. In 2000 he joined a three-judge court in voiding a New Jersey prohibition on a late-term procedure that opponents call partial- birth abortion.

  7. cautiously ecstatic says:

    This morning’s newscast featured a small group of Planned Parenthood allies, complete with red fangs, pink shirts, and identical placards, chanting “no, no, no! Alito will not save Roe”. This was followed by a clip of that great champion of women’s lives, Ted Kennedy, spouting his drivel about making sure that Alito will preserve what Kennedy calls “progress” (more dead women and children to cover the backsides of playboy/predators such as himself) Let us all hope and pray that they are right, and that Alito gets in despite Schumer, Kennedy, et al.

    Earlier, I saw a clip of Schumer stressing the importance of character, commitment to sound ethics…as if a redfanged prodeather like himself would know sound ethics if they ran over him in an 18-wheeler…

    As always, let us hope for the best and prepare for the worst…

  8. I was not aware that we live in Communist China, where the government has a say on when we can and cannot start a family. Are you pro lifers going to pay for all of these unwanted pregnancies? This issue is nobody’s business except the 2 people involved. Can an embryo that has only been in the womb for 8 weeks survive on its own? No. If not, how is that a child? It is no different than a parasite latching onto a host cell. You show me an 8 week embryo that can survive on its own and MAYBE I’ll reconsider my position. This is not your business and Roe v. Wade will NEVER, mark my words, NEVER be successfully overturned. The women in this country will not stand for it. No government is going to tell me what I can and cannot do regarding my health, my body, and my family. I’m noticing that most of you are men. Funny you have an opinion on an issue that doesn’t concern you. You may think you have as strong a say as the woman, but when it comes down to it, you dont. She will do what she wants because it is her body. And why do you care so much, anyway? Are you going to take care of the child once it is born? Probably not. Women will always get abortions and they should always have the right to because ITS NOT YOUR BUSINESS. Why dont you concentrate your anti abortion energy on teaching your children safe sex and practicing it yourselves, so you never have to put yourself in this position that you so strongly disagree with. Give me a break and find a new hobby. Why not show compassion to the millions of children that are already born without homes, in poverty, addicted to crack, or born to a mother who cannot afford to feed them. These are the children that matter. Funny how you all forget about these “children” once they are brought into this world. Show compassion to the children that are already here, and allow those women who cannot for whatever reason provide for their children, to CHOOSE not to go through with motherhood. I fail to see how bringing a child into a life where it isnt wanted or where it cannot be properly provided and cared for is better than not having the child at all. Tell me again, why abortion is wrong? I fail to see your reasoning.

  9. The Right Wing says:

    Hey Dubya, who’s your daddy?

  10. i am not very political, and need help here. if mr. alito passes confirmation hearings and becomes supreme court justice. then an abortion case comes to the court and the court rules against abortion. what happens? i suppose which case plays a part. as i understand this, a supreme court decision against abortion would just mean there is no national law permitting laws against abortion on a national or state level. however each state would then make their own laws, correct? which is what happened before roe. so if a mom couldn’t kill her baby in ohio, she would travel to a state where legal. like casinos and marriage laws, find a state where legal. so i do not see why the supreme court will stop abortion and would like to know. i assume the thinking is several years for people to stop abortion in their states, is that correct also?

  11. What a surprise that the majority of people in favor of seeing Roe V. Wade overturned that I see quoted in the media are MEN! Like they would know ANYTHING about a woman’s body, what it’s like to be carrying an UNWANTED child, and the agony involved in making a decision around abortion…give me a break!
    These are probably the same group of men who secretly admire the belief system of the Islamic religion because of it’s control over women…..
    Until there is a 100% effective form of MALE birth control that EVERY man who has sex is FORCED to take (married or unmarried) and there are no such thing as RAPISTS anymore…then WOMEN deserve the right to abortion!

  12. Amy,

    “John is right?”

    –In what respect is he “right?” That Harriet Miers was a better choice? That he’s pro-abortion in disguise because he voted to void a vague law? Again, what criteria would you like for a Supreme Court nominee, keeping in mind that you have to get senate approval and hence have to pick someone who is at least very defensible? Who else would you like at this point?

  13. Alito has no respect for the fundamental RIGHTS females deserve to have over their own bodies and lives. There are millions of people in this country who will FIGHT TO THE BONE should “Scalito” and this horribly corrupt and ludicrous administration EVER try to overturn Roe v. Wade.

  14. Let me ask this, since periods begin sometimes as early as age 8, a girl at that age could indeed become pregnant. If she was RAPED by a pedophile and became pregnant, you believe she should not have an abortion? That anyone RAPED should not have the right to terminate an embryo? That a girl as young as 8 should be forced to go throught the trauma of having a child after the trauma of being raped? This is the kind of society you believe in? That women should not be able to protect themselves against men who feel they can do what they wish with us? I didn’t know we lived in communist china. I can’t understand why some people think it is alright to decide what others should do in their own personal lives. I would like to know also, who will be there to pay for all the unwanted children, to care for them and support them. As it is, foster care systems and child welfare departments are already overwhelmed and understaffed, and have little funding. Before you get rid of abortion, you should fix the problems we already have. But since that’s not part of your agenda, it’s not part of your problem. Typical

  15. Gee Shannon, what a well-reasoned post you had. Yes, I was being facetious.

    Exactly what “fundamental RIGHTS” are you referring to women alone possessing? The Constitution, if you read it someday, guarantees to all the right to life. Nowhere is privacy mentioned. Nor is the right to kill your baby. Perhaps it’s there along with that amendment guaranteeing the right to shoot cocaine into your veins while pregnant, but maybe us strict constructionists just missed it.

  16. Cheryl, your position (like that of most pro-aborts) is poorly reasoned. You write:

    “Like they would know ANYTHING about a woman’s body,
    what it’s like to be carrying an UNWANTED child, and the agony involved in making a decision around abortion…give me a break!
    -A break from what? Your own responsibilities after making a child? No, you should not have a break from those.

    “These are probably the same group of men who secretly admire the belief system of the Islamic religion because of it’s control over women…..”
    –As opposed to the Western culture that treats many women as sex objects, allows porn on demand, and encurages young girls to be slaves to their appearance? And the women who most willingly allow themselves to be treated as such sex objects? Look at the way some women dress in the US, then ask if Islamic culture is so bad.

    “Until there is a 100% effective form of MALE birth control…”
    –There is. it’s called ABSTENENCE. It works for women too. It’s 100% effective, bar none.

    “and there are no such thing as RAPISTS anymore…then WOMEN deserve the right to abortion!”
    –Here we go again. At least 98% of abortions do NOT come from rape or incest. what about those 98%?

  17. I’m curious as to why you pro-lifers seem to stop your concern for the child once the child is born.

    Where are your voices on the rights of orphaned children? the money needed to care for these children, development of the infrastructure that will be needed if Roe v. Wade does indeed get overturned and we have a massive over popultation problem.

    Are you aware of the deplorable conditions of orphanges? The fact that we have no health care system to protect them? That there are over 1,000,000 homeless children in the US TODAY?

    Will you step up and care for these children? Are you willing to open up your homes (and wallets) for them? All I ever hear about is protecting the life of the child In the Womb.

    I’d love to hear some rhetoric on the steps being taken to create better foster care, to protect the rights of children under the state’s care and where all the money that will be needed is going to come from.

  18. one million homeless kids in america,patrick? i just don’t think so. i live in a metropolitan area of over one million. i do see a few homeless people and they often have tents set up or other types of homes. while i wouldn’t want to live there, they may or may not. but never children. homeless shelters are available in every city. it is better than the open, where our ancestors often lived and worked hard to build their homes. the unborn are the only children in america that are allowed to be killed, that is why antiabortionists efforts to save children are mostly devoted to the unborn. most people who are against abortion also try to help the poor, disabled, homeless, elderly and sick.

  19. Frank,

    My standard for a Supreme Court justice would be that they not knowingly issue judgments that would result in the ending of innocent human life. For all of his good conservative record otherwise, Alito did that. I am no saint, but if I were in that position I would have done everything I could to get out of it. Why didn’t he dissent? Was there some legal prohibition on his dissenting? Did Supreme Court precedent make it somehow legally proscribed? No, instead by his vote babies continued to die, and no number of conservative credentials or an otherwise good record is going to change that.

    Strictly speaking about qualifications, I would have had doubts of my own about Miers. But what happened to her reminded me of what happened out here in California to a prominent Republican in our state legislature named Doris Allen. A bunch of her fellow Republicans got together and essentially beat her up for no clear reason. Sure, there was nothing in the official record to say she was pro-life, but there was a lot in her personal life to say that she was. What is so great about choosing someone who has a negative partial-birth abortion record over that? I mean the guy may be Bush’s pick, and for that alone I know some will naturally defend him, but the bottom line is he voted to have babies pulled out of their wombs, stabbed in the back of the head, and their brains sucked out.

  20. John,

    You raise some good points. I’m a lawyer (and hence why I often post in response to legal topics) and most lawyers, myself included, aspire to be judges. I’ve asked myself — are there circumstances under which I would side with pro-abortion positions? Sadly, I guess I really can’t answer, since each case is different. However, my sense is I would have to be fair and apply the law. The dificulty is that essentially all judges must “apply the law” (except in those circumstances where for example there is no law, a rarity these days). The law is, what it is. As to Alito & partial-birth abortion, there was really nothing the guy could have done which would have changed anything, but your point is well taken. He was being asked to review the wording of a statute which apparently was alleged to be vague. I think his record speaks of him as much more likely to issue pro-life rulings than Harriet Miers, and on that basis I think pro-lifers should support him. You never can be 100% sure of anybody these days (although I support Troy Newman for the high court!) but it seems to me we can be lot more sure of Alito than of Miers.

  21. Stephen Dewey says:

    Can somebody get rid of these ridiculous pro-abortion comments? This is supposed to be a forum for OR.

  22. Pat & Gaelyn McNutt says:

    Patrick,

    I’m not particularly curious as to where you got the notion that prolifers don’t care about people who have already been born; that hackneyed, calumnious old taunt has been parroted for at least the last 3 decades by bloodthirsty proaborts who are anxious for any “out” of the responsibility of dealing with the sea of innocent blood they have shed.

    But you really should get your facts straight. There are, for instance, far more prolife ministries who assist women who chose life well past the birth (gasp!) of their child(ren) than there are proabortion chop shops who offer similar services. There are also many ministries dedicated to helping post-abortive women deal constructively with abortion-related trauma (both physical and emotional), injury, fraud, sexual assault, and other frequent damages inflicted by these misogynistic predators on women in crisis. All the abortion industry seems interested in is covering these matters up, the better to prey upon others…

    Also, plenty of prolifers who are in a position to do so have opened their hearts, homes, and (obviously) their wallets in adopting children who would have otherwise been brutally slaughtered in one or another of the aforementioned death chambers. I know of one prolife man who had to start his own (very humane) orphanage for the children he opened his wallet to buy out of the sex slavery industry; all I ever seem to hear of pro-abortion power brokers doing, hard as the mainstream media tries to cover it up, is trying to legalize that brutal trade whereever they can.

    For all your awareness, you seem to have missed another blatantly obvious reality; and that is that, had your mother chosen to abort you in utero, it is not a fetus that would not be here today, but yourself…

    Then, too, legalized abortion has not made a safer America for those children who do get born. Child abuse, which we were told would decrease since there would be “no unwanted children”, has actually increased about 800% since Roe, partly because “wantedness” can change, the taboo against violently harming/killing the weak/one’s own progeny, was so seriously weakened by Roe/Doe. For more on that, please see afterabortion.org for some indepth studies on this…

    All that said, what is wrong with focusing one’s rescue efforts on those most immediately endangered, and least able to even cry out, let alone fight or escape another way? It’s standard protocol in hospital Emergency rooms, it’s the most humane M.O for any truly humanitarian rescue effort. Ask any fireman, EMS worker, blue-shirted (as opposed to brownshirts…)policeman, or any other true civil servant.

    Wishing you Godspeed on your journey beyond your little box of proabort lies & non sequiturs,

  23. Pat & Gaelyn McNutt says:

    Patrick,

    I’m not particularly curious as to where you got the notion that prolifers don’t care about people who have already been born; that hackneyed, calumnious old taunt has been parroted for at least the last 3 decades by bloodthirsty proaborts who are anxious for any “out” of the responsibility of dealing with the sea of innocent blood they have shed.

    But you really should get your facts straight. There are, for instance, far more prolife ministries who assist women who chose life well past the birth (gasp!) of their child(ren) than there are proabortion chop shops who offer similar services. There are also many ministries dedicated to helping post-abortive women deal constructively with abortion-related trauma (both physical and emotional), injury, fraud, sexual assault, and other frequent damages inflicted by these misogynistic predators on women in crisis. All the abortion industry seems interested in is covering these matters up, the better to prey upon others…

    Also, plenty of prolifers who are in a position to do so have opened their hearts, homes, and (obviously) their wallets in adopting children who would have otherwise been brutally slaughtered in one or another of the aforementioned death chambers. I know of one prolife man who had to start his own (very humane) orphanage for the children he opened his wallet to buy out of the sex slavery industry; all I ever seem to hear of pro-abortion power brokers doing, hard as the mainstream media tries to cover it up, is trying to legalize that brutal trade whereever they can.

    For all your awareness, you seem to have missed another blatantly obvious reality; and that is that, had your mother chosen to abort you in utero, it is not a fetus that would not be here today, but yourself…

    Then, too, legalized abortion has not made a safer America for those children who do get born. Child abuse, which we were told would decrease since there would be “no unwanted children”, has actually increased about 800% since Roe, partly because “wantedness” can change, the taboo against violently harming/killing the weak/one’s own progeny, was so seriously weakened by Roe/Doe. For more on that, please see afterabortion.org for some indepth studies on this…

    All that said, what is wrong with focusing one’s rescue efforts on those most immediately endangered, and least able to even cry out, let alone fight or escape another way? It’s standard protocol in hospital Emergency rooms, it’s the most humane M.O for any truly humanitarian rescue effort. Ask any fireman, EMS worker, blue-shirted (as opposed to brownshirts…)policeman, or any other true civil servant.

    Wishing you Godspeed on your journey beyond your little box of proabort lies & non sequiturs,

  24. Just thought I’d add to the discussion with the following: I personally thought Miers was a BA Christian and was EXACTLY the way those like DR. Dobson envisioned her to be. Both OR and Dobson were intrumental imo in helping her get the boot before having a real chance. Hope you’re right about supporting this new guy.

    Anyway, here’s a quote from another judge on Alito:

    “Senior Judge Leonard Garth, a Nixon appointee for whom Alito served as law clerk from 1976-77 before they became colleagues in 1990, said Alito supports tighter abortion restrictions, such as parental and spousal consent, but would stop there.

    “Sam is not going to overturn Roe v. Wade,” said Garth, a moderate conservative who signed on to a 2000 abortion-rights decision involving a procedure foes call “partial-birth” abortion that Alito criticized as too expansive.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/ALITO_THIRD_CIRCUIT?SITE=1010WINS&SECTION=POLITICS&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

  25. ORW ROCKS!!!!!

    REMAIN BLESSED, ALL OF YOU!!!! :)

    Ric

    http://www.infantsrightscampaign.blogspot.com

  26. Even though men cannot become pregnant themselves, they are still affected by abortion and therefore should be heard. After all, abortion does not affect just females, it affects males, too. For example, millions of male babies have been aborted over the years…so males are a part of this too, since babies of both sexes have been killed. It’s not just an issue regarding women, it’s all of us. Plus, there are men like my ex-boyfriend, who was completely crushed after his ex aborted their baby without even telling him she was pregnant. It caused serious emotional damage to him, and I know that it’s hurt a lot of fathers out there. We’re all a part of this, not just women.
    And why do people keep saying that pro-lifers stop caring about children once they’re born? That’s absolutely not true! I have yet to talk to one pro-lifer that would NOT want their tax dollars going to help needy kids. I would love to think that that’s where my tax money goes…it’s one of the noblest things to do. What some of us don’t like is wasting our money on programs that don’t work, or on people who just use it for drug money. But we are not at all against helping out those who really need it, especially children.
    About an embryo not being worthy of life because it’s a parasite that can’t live on its own. Well, neither can a newborn infant. Sure, it can breathe on its own, but its still completely dependent on others to meet its needs. The only real differences are size and location. Also– an embryo, or even a fertilized egg, meets the requirements for life as seen in my biology books. Therefore, it’s already alive. Scientific fact often overlooked. People have no trouble admitting that amoebas are alive, but they get furious when the same rules for life are applied to unborn humans. So sad!
    And as for rape–it’s not right to turn 1 victim into 2. That’s just a waste of human decency. If someone was violated, then it would be just as bad for them to turn around and violate someone else. Except that she takes a life (the child does die, so it was alive), which is actually a worse offense than rape. That child never did anything wrong, it shouldn’t have to pay the price for its father’s mistake. The woman suffered from the rape, but if she escaped with her life, then how is it fair to turn around and take the life of someone else who is completely innnocent? It’s not, and it turns the woman into the violator.
    And I do practice what I preach, by the way. I conceived my child out of rape. I gave birth to her and kept her even though I was 17 when I conceived, and now this delightful girl will turn 4 in a few days. It would have been so selfish of me to end her life just because I didn’t like the circumstances of her conception. Instead I gave her the chance to live, and now we’re superclose.

  27. Gordon Hendrickson says:

    It probably won’t make a difference in the long run as in the past the intelligent judges who were”conservative” when appointed changed as they grew older and even wiser. Right now Thomas only votes a certain way and does not seem to think. I understand 66% of his decisions actualy changed what the congress and made law and yet for some reason he is considered by the right as being a good judge because he does not support Roe/Wade. I do worry about Sam as he seems to think that men own their women. My only hope is that he will change as he is very bright.

  28. Anyone who thinks Bush will put in a pro-life
    judge is very foolish

  29. Kevin Crysler says:

    following up on what Joe and Peter said – is this really the judge that OR wants? Can anyone really count on George Bush to support a pro life agenda. As I asked during the Harriet Myers situation – is Bush a true believer, or was Karl Rove just good at convincing him that he could use the right to get elected.

    Here are some quotes from a Newsweek article of interest as well as a link to the full text:

    He struck down restrictions on partial- birth abortions as well as a law putting restrictions on women’s receiving Medicaid funds for abortions after rape or incest.

    Asked to name his favorite justices, Alito gives telling answers. He did pick a conservative, the late chief justice William Rehnquist, but he also picked justices who are almost impossible to politically label, John Marshall Harlan and Byron (Whizzer) White. Harlan and White were distinguished by an almost ruthless willingness to decide cases based on the law and the facts, and not follow the prevailing political winds. Alito’s fourth choice was William Brennan, a fellow New Jerseyan and Republican appointee (by President Eisenhower) who became a champion of the liberal Warren Court.

    Alito’s classmate from Yale, Mark Dwyer, an assistant district attorney in New York, says, “Even if he does think abortion is wrong, he would never vote to overturn it, given his deference to precedent.” Predicts Alito’s old friend: “Roe is totally safe.”

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9939306/site/newsweek/

  30. I love how the pro-aborts say that pro-lifers should take care of the children. I have many many frinds that can’t have babies that would give their right arm for a baby. They are waiting to adopt but there are a shortage of babies. If you don’t want to get pregnant DON”T HAVE SEX…..it’s that simple!

  31. It appears that Alito will not reverse Roe.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/11/08/AR2005110801938.html?referrer=email

    Now how are you as an organization going to respond?

    dlw

  32. dlw,

    I can’t speak for OR but I can tell you that Alito is simply mouthing “politically correct” new-speak in order to get the rabid dog liberals off his back. He NEVER said he would uphold Roe and has expressed openness to overturning established precedents. Get politically savvy and stop believing everything the liberal rags print. (Washington Post?? Gimme a break!) The aborts are losing at every turn and are desperate to grasp at straws. You have fallen for the liberal spin that wants very badly to disaffect the conservatives from this nominee.

  33. I just hope that Judge Alito gets a straight up-or-down vote, just like Ms. Miers got.

  34. Folks, I protested the murder of Terri Schiavo in Pinellas, lobbied the Florida legislature for her. As much as it would be fun to feel like we have been given a pro-life judge, we haven’t. We need to look at the facts, shake ourselves up, and scuttle this nominee. If we do scuttle him, we will be in charge and we can dictate the next nominee. I have compiled a lot of data at: http://andrewlongman.com. Summary: Out of 7 cases where Alito could have done something Pro-Life, he did something positive in only 1 case. The rest of his decisions were solidly pro-abortion in both decision & explanation. Please try to set the hype aside and look at the cold hard facts.
    His Chen v. Ashcroft case has resulted in thousands of forced abortions in China.

  35. i am saddened to hear one of the protestors is looking at years in prison for his attempt to save terri during her starvation days. how is the gentleman who tried to get a weapon and save terri? he was arrested before he got the chance to save her and was from illionis i believe, has he been to trial, is he still incarcarated, what prayer requests or needs does he have? i am sorry your co worker was not successful and he is now facing unjust persecution.

  36. I think that Peter is right.

    The scriptures say, “by their fruits ye shall know them”, not their words; and Alito’s fruit record shows that he is much more a threat to the unborn men and women of the U.S. than he is to Roe v. Wade.

    In the 1995 case Elizabeth Blackwell Health Center for Women v. Knoll, PA, Alito ruled in favor of federal funding for abortion for the poor if the mother just claimed incest or rape. (As most everyone knows, minority races and the poor of all races are prime targets of population destruction by the wealthy oligarchy who want to turn the entire world into their own plantation; and anyone who poses a threat or resistance to their agenda will be destroyed, if they have their way).

    In 2000, Planned Parenthood v. Farmer, New Jersey, Alito ruled to strike down the New Jersey law banning partial birth abortion.

    As to not-my-president Bush, his own record shows some pretty rotten fruit regarding this matter:

    - While Governor of Texas, George W. Bush signed into law a resolution re-naming a section of highway in Houston after the notorious, late-term abortionist, John B. Coleman. Coleman was killing babies prior to Roe vs. Wade.

    - While Governor of Texas, George W. Bush appointed abortion-friendly justices to the Texas Supreme Court, who ruled 6-to-3 to make abortion easier without parental consent, and who have stated that questions on abortion were not part of Bush’s selection process.

    - While Governor of Texas, George W. Bush appointed Martha Hill Jamison, a liberal Democrat supporter of the Houston Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus and also of Planned Parenthood, to the 164th district court.

    Then there are both H.W. and W. Bush’s (and Kerry’s) membership in the Skull and Bones Society, a.k.a. “The Brotherhood of Death”, with it’s apparent commitment to the entire agenda of the satanic, socialist New World Order. (This would also account for W’s lack of any real action on behalf of Terri Schindler last March. For further light on his and FEMA’s “strange and more than a little disturbingly” shoddy performances re: Hurricane Katrina, read “Behold a Pale Horse” by William Cooper.)

    Given these facts, it does not seem likely that any Bush Supreme Court appointee will help banish Roe to the dustbin of history where it belongs but will instead condemn many of America’s future women and men to that ashheap, where they do not desire, deserve, or need to go.

    Yes, as “cautiously ecstatic” said, let us always hope for the best, but prepare for the worst; for more information on that preparation, please see cuttingedge.org. NOW!

    Blessings all those who trust in YHWH.

  37. To Rachel and all those pro-choice people out there:

    Should a six month a child be KILLED because he cannot care for himself?

    Do only MEN oppose abortion?

    Why do you PROTECT the GUILTY WOMEN over the INNOCENT BABIES?

    Why do you think that YOUR BODY is more important than a BABY’S? Who do you think you are, GOD?

    What gives you the right to say who can and cannot be killed, especially when THEY ARE INNOCENT?

    Why are so many of you against the death penaly for CONVICTED CRIMINALS and for abortion against INNOCENT BABIES?

    You are a bunch of screwed-up, selfish people!

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